Surprise results in KNTFL

UNDER PRESSURE: Kingston's Jake Fischer looks to break clear of Lucindale's Daniel McCarthy. Picture: ACE COOTE

By Matt Beggs

THE Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League brought about many surprise results in Round 2 on the weekend as two teams remain undefeated on top of the ladder.

BORDER DISTRICTS 19.8 (122) d BORDERTOWN 12.8 (80)

Border Districts claimed its first win of the year by defeating Bordertown at Bordertown on Saturday.

The game was tight at half time before the Eagles pulled away in the second half for a comfortable win.

Oliver Shattock led the way with five goals for the winning Eagles, while Mark Quinn, Shawn Mansell and Graham Hampton kicked three each to help out in the victory.

Brayden Denmead, Mitchell Coles and Mark Quinn were the Eagles’ best three players.

Bordertown tried hard all game and got three goals each from Jonte Dolling and Thomas Whittlesea.

Tom Gough, Quinton McCallum and Curtis McCarthy were the Roosters three best.

KEITH 19.11 (125) d PENOLA 7.5 (47)

Keith handed Penola a football lesson on Saturday with a 12-goal win in their clash at Keith.

In what was thought to be a more even match up, the Crows put the Eagles away by half time on their way to a comfortable win.

Ben Simmounds kicked six goals in the win.

William McMurray and Aydon Innes helped out with three goals each.

Jacob Robbie kicked three goals in a fighting effort for the Eagles.

Will and Seb Schreiber were all over the Eagles all day as they led the home team to a win.

Luke Walker, Bradley Bryant and Darcy Porter fought the game out for the Eagles.

KINGSTON 17.14 (116) d LUCINDALE 3.5 (23)

Kingston put on a defensive masterclass on Saturday, stunning Lucindale in a big 93-point victory at Gall Park.

The Saints were all over the Roos as they pressured and harassed their way for four quarters and the visitors had no answer.

Travis Burns booted six goals for the Saints in a dominant display.

James Siviour and Jacob Fisher helped out with four goals apiece as the Saints ran rampant.

Travis Ware was the only multiple goal kicker for Lucindale with two goals.

Liam Toohey, Travis Burns and Ryan Reavley were the Saints best on the ground.

Lucindale had fighting contributors in Nick Cane, Travis Ware and Luke Kelsh

PADTHAWAY 14.11 (95) d MUNDULLA 14.7 (91)

Padthaway and Mundulla fought out a classic game at Padthaway on Saturday as the home side fought from three goals down at half time to get up by four points at the end of the epic game.

Tobin Cox continued his stunning start to the season with another seven goals for the Lions.

Joshua Vandermeer helped out with three goals.

James Hinge kicked five goals for Mundulla in a losing effort.

Daniel Obst, Tom Moyle-Read and Cody Marshall were outstanding for the Lions.

James Hinge, Nicholas Mosey and Thomas Perry were best for Mundulla.

NARACOORTE 12.12 (84) d KYBYBOLITE 6.3 (39)

Naracoorte controlled the ANZAC Day clash with Kybybolite at Naracoorte to run out winners by 45 points.

Rory Taggert was outstanding with five goals as the Tigers had no answer for him.

Tom Kitschke and Tyler Harris got two goals each for the Tigers.

Joshua Gregg, Rory Taggert and Hamish Ellis led the way for the Tigers, while Oscar Clark, Joeseph Fitzgerald and Callum Masters were best for Kyby.

This week Bordertown will look to get its first win on the board at Keith in a challenging task.

Kyby hosts Padthaway and the young Tigers play much better at home than away, so they should take it right up to the Lions.

Lucindale and Border Districts meet at Lucindale in what shapes as an interesting clash.

Both have a 1/1 win/loss record this season which should provide another close game.

Mundulla hosts Kingston in the match of the round and the new look Saints will know where they stand in the scheme of things come five o’clock Saturday night.

The Saints have not put a foot wrong yet and will be keen to take on Mundulla.

Penola hosts Naracoorte and the Eagles will look to rebound quickly after last week’s loss.